A remarkable fashion label born in Tenterden
Pajotten is a family of designers from Tenterden, with a creative unit in Bethersden. They’re a contemporary, sustainable clothing brand, formed in 2016 by partners Rebecca Barton and Ben Sears. The company provides a genuine alternative to fast fashion and mass production.
Their simple, workwear inspired men’s and womenswear is made to order, so customers can expect personal communication throughout the making process, free swatches, and the option to request individual lengths and alternative fabric choices. Each garment is produced one at a time, from bolt to box in their studio near Tenterden. All design, patterns, cutting, construction, and finishing is done in one space using traditional techniques and skills.
Keen to support the British textile industry and keep their carbon footprint low Pajotten sources cloth from UK mills, using a range of organic cottons, recycled denims, hemp, and linen. At a time when we are increasingly looking for more considered, environmentally conscious ways to buy clothes Pajotten may provide the answer.